I’ll admit it. I’ve been pretty lazy in my criticism of Secretary Clinton. I find her opponent so personally objectionable that I haven’t been able to focus enough of my outrage and […]
How did they get this way? It’s the question you can’t avoid asking when you see it-hundreds of them, all ages, men, women, even children. Every race. It’s hopelessness smeared across the […]
So there you have it. The Republican National Convention is underway. The conservative conscience of our country is speaking-at least some part of it. And though it may be easy for those […]
26 years ago I saw something I couldn’t un-see. And now, it’s on a collision course with the rest of America.
Outrage is never enough. It never has been.
America is waking up to the results of our political discourse, and responding to it the same way that got us here.
The most powerful line in the Declaration, is one few know and few ever say.
The contrast between profit and progress.
What losing a war with yourself looks like. And why.
Tragedy in long form.